The service was great,with a good selection from the menu ,loved the music that was played at the entrance plus they came to our table to play,made a perfect evening.
Wide range of ethnic food. You might hear ukrainian music played on tsymbaly and violin. There are separate dinning rooms that are cozy and decorated in the UKRAINIAN theme. The restaurant has two levels and seating is comfortable were you do not feel crowded. I have visited this restaurant for the past 7 years and found it very consistent. The... More
What a great restaurant! The inside decor made us feel like we were about to meet Taras Bulba for lunch. The place is like a museum of "the old ways of Ukraine." The food is great too, with hearty portions of vareniki, salo, pork ribs, traditional salads and desserts all guaranteed to satisfy. Oh, and they have live accordion and... More
I've read a couple of the other reviews that complained about the pricing - I can't really comment as I didn't pay for the meal. Having said that, I really enjoyed this place. My business partner and myself wanted a place where we could have traditional Ukrainian food and discuss business in a quiet, comfortable place and for our purposes... More
I have been at this restaurant several times during last 8 years and I should say that it always been a plesant experience, food is very good and the atmoshere is nice. Service is profesional and descreet, something still exceptional in this country. Yes it's pricier than other places in Lviv but not as much as many other "posh" restaurant... More
With all the fine reviews we took the 20 min walk to this restaurant. We arrived at approximately 8.30pm on a Saturday night to find an empty restaurant. We thought perhaps we were too early. Service was great, polite and attentive. Live music was fantastic, and they played us 2 songs at our table where we were obliged to give... More
Excellent, authentic Ukrainian food, with a great atmosphere and live music. It was my favorite restaurant in Lviv!
After four days in Lviv we had our last dinner at "Seven pigs" and it was one of high lights dinnerwise of our trip (in close competition with Amadeus). Two had Sucling pig and it was fantastic! Never had anything so moist and delicious. The horse radish salad was sublime (never thought I would write that about horse radish), the... More
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